Sayyid Ammar Al-Hakim, chairman of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, indicated that the unbiased political bloc and the formation of the political council is a necessity imposed by the nature of the current political phase, stressing that the political council will bring together the leaders of the country and contributes to pass a lot of inactivated laws that have only few unsettled paragraphs.\r\n
This took place in at Baghdad Dewan for youth leaders and competencies, at his office in Baghdad Saturday, 30/07/2016.\r\n
His Eminence explained that for any project to be successful, requires a plan, a vision, policies, procedures and team work, reformations is not an exception comparing to the any project fundamentals , calling for youth leaders to engage in political work and understand the nature of the parliamentary system, which is built mainly basing on the nature of the political blocs, emphasizing on the necessity of giving youth roles in the new provincial councils, the Al-Muwatin bloc will have a more substantial role in lowering the age of candidacy to arbitrage the Iraqi people representatives with its youth components. His Eminence called for feeding young aged competencies and capabilities in positions managed by proxy, and open applying for positions in accordance with professional standards suiting each position, stressing that the seeking quality will apply diversity.\r\n
Regarding the security and economically aspects, Sayyid Ammar Al-Hakim indicated that the security situation is better today because of the achieved victories, pointing out that ISIS ended in aspects of military, and after the liberalization of Mosul, we will declare Iraq free of ISIS’s military presence, explaining that the battle with ISIS will become an intelligence and security battle, while economic situation is witnessing improvement due to oil prices that approached the figure estimated in the budget, the soft loans will assist to mitigate the fiscal deficit, plus international support for the reconstruction of liberated areas.